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Translation of "graduate" - English-Spanish dictionary

graduate

noun   /ˈɡrædʒ·u·ət/
UK someone who has studied for and got a degree (= qualification) from a university licenciado, -a, graduado, -a a science graduate
A2 US someone who has completed their education at a school or university successfully licenciado, -a, graduado, -a a high school graduate
verb   /ˈɡræd·ju·eɪt/ ( present participle graduating, past tense and past participle graduated)
to complete your education successfully at a university, college, or, in the US, at school graduarse He graduated from Cambridge University in 2006.
(Definition of graduate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

graduate

verb /ˈɡradjueit/
to receive a degree, diploma etc diplomarse en, licenciarse en He graduated in German from the University of Manchester.
to mark out with regular divisions graduar A thermometer is graduated in degrees.
graduation noun
the act or ceremony of graduating from a college, university etc graduación, ceremonia de entrega de un título universitario The graduation will be held in the large hall (also adjective) a graduation ceremony.
a marked division graduación the graduations on a thermometer.
(Definition of graduate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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